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feague

(fiːɡ)
vb (tr)
to whip or beat
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The same resolution expelled Grace Mugabe from the party and from her position as head of the Women's Feague.
Before the conference, according to the Anti-Defamation Feague (ADF), the participation of the antisemitic comedian and activist Dieudonne M'bala M'bala was announced.
Under her leadership we believe the Connecticut Credit Union Feague will remain a valuable resource for Connecticut credit unions for many years," Michael Hinchey, a board member who chaired the national search committee, said in a prepared statement.
Starfish continues to lead the mobile and wireless industries with SyncML data synchronization solutions," said Roy Feague, director of SyncML technologies for Starfish.
Wagering markets where bettors have shown a tendency to strongly favor the over have been found in the National Football League (Paul & Weinbach, 2002), Arena and NCAA football (Paul & Weinbach, 2005), NBA basketball (Paul, Weinbach, & Wilson, 2004), and European football feagues (Paul & Weinbach, 2009).